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Malaysia :, Publication of Financial Sector Assessment Program Documentation—Detailed Assessment of Basel Core Principles for Effective Banking Supervision

The Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM) employs a well-developed risk-focused regulatory and supervisory regime. Despite this, a clear gap exists in the application of the supervision and regulation regime to financial holding companies. BNM is to be commended for its thoughtful and comprehensive self-assessment and efforts to help draft legislative changes and to make administrative changes to address the areas of improvement revealed by the self-assessment. Improvements should be made in the transparency of elements of BNM’s supervisory expectations, its domestic coordination and information-sharing arrangements, and legal protection for staff
Table Of Contents
Cover; Contents; I. Summary, Key Findings and Recommendations; A. Summary; B. Introduction; C. Information and Methodology used for the Assessment; D. Institutional and Macro-prudential Setting, Market Structure Overview; E. Preconditions for Effective Banking Supervision; F. Main Findings; II. Detailed Assessment; Tables; 1. Malaysia: Summary Compliance with the Basel Core Principles; III. Recommended Action Plan and Authorities' Response to the Assessment; A. Recommended Action Plan; 2. Recommended Action Plan to Improve Compliance with the Basel Core Principles; B. Authorities' Response
Literary Form
non fiction
February 2013
Physical Description
1 online resource (121 p.)
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